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The Climax Locomotive
Price: $264.97
The Climax Locomotive
by Dennis Blake Thompson, Richard Dunn, and Steve Hauff - The Definitive Work on the Climax
The MDC Shay Handvook
Price: $74.99
The MDC Shay Handvook
Your Complete Guide to Building, Fine Tuning, and Finishing the Model Die Casting Shay Locomotive Kit - by Jeff Johnston
Western Maryland Railway Shay No. 6
Price: $40.00
Western Maryland Railway Shay No. 6
The Last Shay Built by Lima - By Gerald M. Futej and Max S. Robin
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
Price: $25.00
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
Record No. 76 - Logging Locomotives
Glory Days of Logging
Price: $10.00
Glory Days of Logging
Action in the Big Woods - British Columbia to California - By Ralph W. Andrews
Last of the 3 Foot Loggers
Price: $42.50
Last of the 3 Foot Loggers
The Last Narrow Gauge Logging Railroad West of the Rockies By Allan Krieg
Last of the 3 Foot Loggers.
Price: $41.00
Last of the 3 Foot Loggers.
The Last Narrow Gauge Logging Railroad West of the Rockies By Allan Krieg
Kinsey Photographer
Price: $25.00
Kinsey Photographer
By Dave Bohn and Rodolfo Petschek
The Locomotive Portraits
Price: $22.50
The Locomotive Portraits
Volume 3 Photography by Darius and Tabitha Kinsey By Dave Bohn and Rodolfo Petschek
Logging Railroads of the West
Price: $10.00
Logging Railroads of the West
A Pictorial History of the Logging Railways of the Western Woods By Kramer Adams
Mallets on the Mendocino Coast
Price: $39.00
Mallets on the Mendocino Coast
Caspar Lumber Company Railroads and Steamships - By Ted Wurm
Meadow River Lumber Company
Price: $10.96
Meadow River Lumber Company
West Virginia's Last Logging Railroad = By Philip V. Bagdon
Logging to the Saltchuck
Price: $69.50
Logging to the Saltchuck
Over 100 Years of Railroad Logging in Mason County, Washington - By John T. Labbe & Peter J. Replinger
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Pacific Coast Shay.
Price: $20.00
Pacific Coast Shay.
Strong Man of the Woods By Dan Ranger, Jr.
Pagosa Lumber Company Railroads and Sawmills
Price: $50.00
Pagosa Lumber Company Railroads and Sawmills
An Historical Record From 1880 to 1922 By Robert Sullenberger
Pino Grande
Price: $64.99
Pino Grande
Logging Railroads of the Michigan-California Lumber Company.
Railroad Logging in the Klamath Country
Price: $58.99
Railroad Logging in the Klamath Country
By Jack Bowden
Railroads of the Yosemite Valley
Price: $18.00
Railroads of the Yosemite Valley
by Hank Johnston in Collaboration With James Law
Railroads in the Woods
Price: $37.50
Railroads in the Woods
By John T. Labbe and Vernon Goe
Rails, Sagebrush and Pine
Price: $45.00
Rails, Sagebrush and Pine
USED Book A Garland of Railroad and Logging Days in Oregon's Sumpter Valley. by Mallory Hope Ferrell Some small tears to dustjacket, some yellowing of page edges.. Book itself is clean and nice.
Rails, Sagebrush and Pine.
Price: $50.00
Rails, Sagebrush and Pine.
By Mallory Hope Ferrell A Garland of Railroad and Logging Days in Oregon's Sumpter Valley
Redwood Lumber Industry
Price: $21.66
Redwood Lumber Industry
By Lynwood Carranco
Riding the High Wire
Price: $18.50
Riding the High Wire
Aerial Mine Tramways in the West By Robert Trennert
Sawmill Modeling
Price: $75.00
Sawmill Modeling
By Morgan Griffiths - Sawmiling from 1850 to 1960 in the Truckee River Basin of Northern California
Silver & Sawdust
Price: $12.50
Silver & Sawdust
Life in the San Juans - by Ken Reyher
No. 34 Train Shed Cyclopedia Shay
Price: $23.00
No. 34 Train Shed Cyclopedia  Shay
Shays and Other Geared Locos
This Was Sawmilling
Price: $13.76
This Was Sawmilling
Sawdust Sagas of the Western Mills - By Ralph W. Andrews
This Was Sawmilling-1
Price: $12.50
This Was Sawmilling-1
Sawdust Sagas of the Western Mills - By Ralph W. Andrews - Soft Cover
West Side
Price: $59.99
West Side
Narrow Gauge in the Sierra By Mallory Hope Ferrell
West Side Pictorial
Price: $62.50
West Side Pictorial
A Photo Essay - By Mallory Hope Ferrell
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